Letters, Sep. 5, 1938

Blue-Ribbon Jury


. . . This Dewey person's "blue-ribbon" jury: How does a "blue-ribbon" jury fit into the American picture? To use the old Stanford phrase "it looks fishy and so smells." Who is the donor of the ribbon? And who made him the holder of the ribbons? . . .

Schuschnigg is going to be tried by a "blue-ribbon" jury in Vienna. . . . Mr. Stalin has rolled up an admirable record of convictions by the "blue-ribbon" route. . . .


Los Angeles, Calif.



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